Unmanned Aerial Systems
This overview class is designed to help you prepare the test for "Part 107" of the sUAS Rule. Part 107 allows commercial drone use without a Section 333 exemption and a manned aircraft pilots license. The course is taught by a authorized and licensed instructor. This nine-hour course features in-class/webinar lecture and will have a practice exam at the end of the course to prepare for the test.
The Unmanned Vehicle System (UVS) Option will equip students with the skillset required to operate ground, aerial, and marine vehicles. Students will receive hands-on experience in the classroom and in the field. Students will learn how to fly safely in the National Airspace while abiding by current regulations. With the use of 3D fabrication equipment, students will have the opportunity to design attachments and accessories for these systems. The potential commercial uses of unmanned vehicle systems are endless, to include aerial photography and video, search and rescue, disaster response, digital mapping, photogrammetry, remote sensing and many others.
For more information about this training or to schedule a contract class, please contact John Claybon at 405.682.7888 or firstname.lastname@example.org